The basics of how businesses handle immigration law issues are a hot topic. Companies are facing rapid change in 2018 in the area of immigration law, and this is having a profound influence on businesses of all sizes, across many industries.
Those attending the 2018 Federal Bar Association Immigration Law Conference in Memphis, Tennessee on May 18-19 will have access to a wealth of important and timely information about how new immigration policies may impact different industries. Sign up to attend this conference on or before April 6, 2018 at www.fedbar.org/immlaw18 to enjoy early bird rates!
This conference combines detailed and thorough legal analysis with practical advice designed to allow the practitioner to give clients the best possible service. The Immigration Law Conference is likewise indispensable for anyone whose business is affected by myriad aspects of immigration law. The FBA’s panel of experts will break down the issues and provide the latest agency and legislative updates on business immigration law topics.
Conference speakers will integrate various disciplines, including international law, labor and employment law, tax law, and corporate practice to provide optimal solutions and tips for attendees. Speakers will address immigration worksite enforcement; work visas and green card sponsorship; and managing a global workforce.
Notably the “Basics of Business – Immigration Practice before USCIS” and “Business Immigration Topics – Categories, Labor Certifications, Portability, & Retention of Priority Dates” are two chief sessions that will explore a wide range of employment-based immigration needs and discuss what are the best options available to companies in this era of dynamic change in immigration law and policy.
Panelists will examine the following areas of business immigration law: employment-based temporary and permanent visas; corporate strategy; compliance documentation and planning; immigration-related due diligence for mergers and acquisitions; and immigration program administration and monitoring.
This authoritative conference in business immigration law will provide you with a strong foundation and serve as your gateway to legislative shifts in USCIS policy and common pitfalls and strategies to avoid them.
Whether you are an attorney or an employer, this conference is invaluable. You will receive vital information on worldwide immigration laws and procedures with a focus on temporary stays for business, study, investment, and other purposes; employment of noncitizens and their family members; laws and regulations involving each category of nonimmigrant work authorization; and travel restrictions affecting noncitizens.
What should you and your client’s company expect for business immigration under the Trump administration? As today’s changing political climate impacts the intricate maze of immigration law and policy, the FBA Immigration Law Conference provides a venue for in-depth discussion on of-the-moment topics that are critical to immigration law practice. Join legal professionals for a two-day event full of CLE sessions and networking with a large and dedicated community of immigration law practitioners. Register today to enjoy early bird registration rates! Sign up now at www.fedbar.org/immlaw18.
Stacy Slotnick, Esq. holds a J.D., cum laude, from Touro Law Center and a B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She performs a broad range of duties as an entertainment lawyer, including drafting and negotiating contracts; addressing and litigating trademark, copyright, patent, and other IP issues; and directing the strategy and implementation of public relations, blogging, and social media campaigns.